Emile Schepers

 
 
Emile Schepers

Emile Schepers is a veteran civil and immigrant rights activist. Emile Schepers was born in South Africa and has a doctorate in cultural anthropology from Northwestern University. He has worked as a researcher and activist in urban, working-class communities in Chicago since 1966. He is active in the struggle for immigrant rights, in solidarity with the Cuban Revolution and a number of other issues. He now writes from Northern Virginia.

 

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Radical transformations, solidarity and internationalism unite world reds

Radical transformations, solidarity and internationalism unite world reds

French CP join others on left in call for a 6th  democratic republic;  Portuguese CP supports Polisario in Western Sahara  and more in this week's International Notes.

International Notes: March 22

International Notes: March 22

Labor movement fights cutbacks in Brazil, Iraq communists discuss war and its impact on domestic politics and more in this week's International Notes.  

International Notes: March 12

International Notes: March 12

Unity sought in Ecuador elections, CP of Poland fights attempt to outlaw Marxist ideas and more in today's International Notes.

International Notes:  February 28

International Notes: February 28

CP of India points to greater racism in U.S. after killing of Indians in Missouri, French communists in solidarity with immigrants, CP of Japan proposes diplomacy to solve North Korea...

International Notes: February 20th

International Notes: February 20th

SACP calls for radical economic reforms, Greek communist mayor on trial for prohibiting fascist demonstration,  Communist Parties fight outlawing of CP of Ukraine and much more.

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